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JEROME, IDAHO, THURSDAY. IT.BUI kltk 12, 11*20.
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NORMAL I MOV Ol W VII R
|j ur |e>. Idaho. Fob 7
to If r port of the su
of the Jackson Lake
1 y 20
Acion'hig
NflDieudrnt
^rvolr the pr*■■■-ipitullon at Slurti,
nili of January was (
and the total pn-elpu .
1 IP lb, amounts to
«jo , Id '
s:
Sept
tion since
jo
jfovti the swiag** fid tin* correspond
j» live month p* i i*»l sliu*** Ip I ' and
equals the total pi e. iplleinn.
tor all of '""f
Is considerably
This
car.
in Jackson Lake rc
J un nary 31
Thr «dot ;
IbK.L'fiO
com pared with Z8:',;t;n
tic HUine dale last oar
u an
erwir on
it reded, a»
uTC-feet mi
The sac" ls settled and Well park
depths In the Jill ks'.n
ed »ad tf>e
k»ke watershed are as follow
1 IlcllCH
Horan
Soldier Station
Caacade
Consul Divide.
koala Lak*
Pacific Creek Divide
Buffalo Divide
Lava Greek Divide
The pro-i *ets are now **\* *• 1 i**ni
that the How of the Snake river da
lui the coming season will be norm
and that the irrigation pr**j*** is
ponding on the Jackson Lak*
voir will have an umpl*
tt
y t
de
r**»e 1
a 1er sup
pi)
NATIONAL WKKK *•! >«)N*.
Th** National Week **t S u.g
observed February 2 2 -' •
h*
In
week uf Washington's birthday
the Ideal school, every day is a
siik "a wee
lug
lug day 1
•otig Tile National W* • s *
which la a movement lo help m. k
singing it 'Hon and :<•
Am* tIi
•pin* our people with high id* *
and
to tea. h them lo love good il g
lull:;
tinging, came Into exlst.-m
th* War, and each year mi
twbUsbment has witnessed ;:■■;*
Interest and growing elllhu-iao
its observance
Shall
part in interesting i*Miy l* ;
every community In making '
(tonal Week of Soi g an imp*
Institution of our national life
the -
e Hot
. N
miaul
the National Week of Song
First To awak in the tinging
It i.nd set nil America Hinging
cultivât« a ta-te
(»I
Second --To
«i'iigs of the belter sui t
Third—To bring p opl.*
in their various commun'i'e *
velop the community »I * * rlt
Fourth—To develop and st*
the great Anuri* an spirit *' !
hold tta high Ideals by the slngu g "
such songs as uplift and Inspire
Fifth—To nmalg'unule
lOgethel
and ■'■
il I *
en
and g.v*
spectacular exprès don one'* a "
all of th« various effort« put forurai
stabllsli community slng ng •'*
to
through
Ihe various organli.iHons
out the country
MRS I L KEARNEY.
County Snpt
UNCOl I! D.l ll
tree planting
' Forest and Shad» Tree*» for I'l.»»'
Ing in Idaho." Ip the title of a ' ir
culiir
For* sir*
Moscow
jusi issued by the School
fnlversity
of Idaho , at
•trcular announces that
The
of encourag
nf trees in Idaho
• *■ its policy*
pursonn*
Ing the planting
the School of Forestry offers for sale
a , ro *t n limited quantity of chot.
Qm
Stock to proape
tntlons for the, season
Black locust Is offered
together
of 1H20 are
in
included
circular.
"Trees
How lo Plant "
••Black Locust in
This
quantity
with' Dulletin
NVbut
1 P5.
and
Where, W f hen
and Circular H.
Idaho." will be sent on
request
uaskhxm liKACsrr*.
FOR A
A movement is being made to form
a southern Idaho ^
ing towns wlli Probj.1, ^ ^
sentedln the longue, should
Twin Kails ! «Me>
the coming season
pert. Buhl, Gooding »«d JeTO^ ^
A meeting is being '*■ 1
to consider th- proposlilon
several of l'k- J ••rot»*
In ntiendanco
today
. fans are
and
lnt»*ri"|d
Many schools that wer«
tholr session at the *
five months will be ah'- »"
qualified teachers
• nd of four
•doubt
during
finish
ed In
or
to secure
the summer and so
be able to
of school. I»
of high uh tim'«
t In
tho usual term
mountainous places
because of climat li
beller that si
it
conditions,
•bool should bl
and
seems
the summer
conducted during
the winter months
not In
résulta'
WsataJs gat quick
->< lit MH. Nui I..,.
Tlier.
■'ll! I» j banket hall
l>ft n.-. h I he I fume high Htluul and
Oil III.) I
III
• ,
1,111 111X1
'I'll•• I. game will
tilth g .idi
I*;,, v
ga tn
h big
IV
i:it
()< • I • 11 « * «1 < t « ' I
M 111.illl Walkt'I
b.
Mi
» supplyiiig
d foi M s Kin. L
in in* lliitti*
who is ill
■In
I'aul Fitrmau *>t the
niter
has w
• >n ih*
There
v*e .■ reluarkahle llieui*
* abject 111 the Ilium* V Si *;.*■
is an interesting
I. s
ot
Jap. lies** boy at school :.i
bate hud (lie
tfutile school work in
Japan, but .ir«* iryliiK to «d it in
ICitgiiub
The school ground
b; igctl n»v\i week
Tied U le
Ilockev ami
111
, " u ' l ' :l!l *5 |v " I* 1 "• Ru.Hk.-lb. 11
I**
The Ighli* grade v ill lak • pail il
il** • \i literary program, to he given
m xi Friday I'atrons ul the school
« igiith gi.de hi ml- ,
■ • i*"*ln , lly invited.
Lee Aa
I, an
■ ni, i- I I b* I... ■ pit.* 1 at Tail Fa'Is.
broken leg receive.!
null« ring froi.
■a ii lb* i»l;t> fig baue bn 11 ;t hcIioo)
Tb.
tu 11 '.,tin■ ni Twin Kall« un .Mum b
* will be ,* girls' basketball
12ih ami Kill:
M. - Daniels returned to school'
lust Th until
M * *M * !.. >
This
U 1 ..I Mies Houston las*.
11*.tii have had the Hu.
* *-k i'ie s.** ou t ye**r domes
ag* ill
Tie
. ,ng MI
HI
eve
la., lies
Dm
il (u III
I* a. be .
nin.net ip
. dis*
i)in* **s
NN u*i the I. Fu n "! warm w.
drill sguiti
r.* in have fir**
M> \ Ulster g
» on i*r.eiieal psv* hoi-1
i morning
p.y of tin* Junior j
M.l 111 W** l-opi*
U**i
"i I ■
M
Helen
for ber
Is
■i* **!y
1 . 1 k Kubinson. from Fan
r. •eoiery
. ..I
- Mi.inlay
Freshmi.* *
P'* '■• I »
lie I. H I'
lo.d KII •
rin high
ul ba-k Hell wllli
: -
The wore
f tin High -i'bool
a lisent
known
a great many
* i » w it is not
There
a re
r
from illae.s.
:*i* absent
.•Hier 11 - ,'*y
I loa. II
si are
■ In
examinations
recent
I nurse
D ira.g
. , ■ been civ
.form
Grant tSi;.1
. tea 1 1 * 1*1 tail
was three
sh 1
.1 M.
h» 4 - an
\R(\DI\ V til* '
nur-.* g
Thur» 1 ay
h spirit' *
„. ,* H.
lion: i*
The . las* in
ugely attended F
►i,. iU*H*
a ..s :\ lat** bn nr ? 1 *
I Hi.1t
ere
in i*ni
at home with :l
e in An adia
Merrlatn Oliver is
« of flu. first cas
light i
fur
*.*.1 »
The Friday
ill be
«veiling there
the
social
at
en ..o' able
another
111 furnish
orel;
dra
m.isle
gram
cames
and c short Lim'd" day i*n>
followed by
given.
will be
and stunts
Pratt
•barge of
Dt.* this
Messt'
l.live
Carlson
The t: dll . ; Pi'f
and
Marry
tin lunch
.. i
Friday with Mrs
rrangFinent
Mrs Marry spent
D Wehster
in Jerome
• based :■ bunch
,I
lias
pick Hallen pur*
•k
O Olive. 1 s'
q.eep front
Mrs M Ryan
William
visited Mrs
Friday
Oliver is sp.-vding
. „ with Mrs Marry
Mrs Hark P.nght the Bib,.*
V , «T*o»
Shirley
,
i lass
wook
Sunday nlgi;t
T Z l ■ f^
' 'Vedn-Fc >f-l
Mrs
Tony
Missionary society
the
ternoon.
Mr Mar.y sprat
severely last Friday
i ed his auk' ■ quite
It A RUN MORE.
has opened
working ln th«
like spring
H looks
the farmers
up to see
fields and we ar<
Howard
-. all in hopes so
GiUeit is here on a
but expects to
Mr
Hi.* coast
visit from
.turn Iti about
ten days.
had a.'.lg
. Sir
n
Maw ketison
\Vi* are sorry
Mr Albert
ills sab*
crowd at
Mawkeltson is K"
ing to leave ns.
and Mi
Irwin
Falls Tuesday.
Mr
tint
Tv* in
from
over
,* day
.d the si
Clsypool le
ret ui a*
suite*
week
1S lieen
Hu* past
MoHut
oh rheumatism
ing «
but Is improving
Uns been on
*k. but
M j-» Slump
the past
the
w
lis «
mend now
Look out for
lia* R aronnil
Tlm
at Mr
th« 1 «
|lb»'«*
tb- H"
I Harry more
v ill I»*
thro n rb
■k and
well diggers
-* Hit« w>"
to Mr
I c Brunt''" *
ere going
R*-ad
they
ci i »
... pr*
is belt.'*
M.Kelvey b»s
iimonia. but
Flora
„lek with I--"
wrltlt*»
[ at thl *
National Campaign for Armenian Relief
Tl'»- nal louai campaign for relief in tin* Near Kust is put on In tin
I nlle'l Stales during the month ot February anil was inaugurated by spe-'
dal act of the sixty-sixth Congress.
I.asl year there was tiislrlhutet! throughout the Near Kasl for relief,
food, clothing, shelter uml education, the sum of $ If .ICM .5 1 li.nu. This I
sum was raised by donation throughout the United States.
•it a larger amount will be necessary to carry on the work tIt s year.
It is estimated that there are 800,000 Armenians that are now destitute
ul "l "ill need assistance until the next harvest It will retiuire 7.000 tons
of Hour alone monthly to supply them with breed.
250,000 I these are orphan children and these children
he cured for by the people of the United States for years to come.
The quota asked from Jerome county is |800.uo. The time set to raise
this amount is Friday and Saturday, February 20 and 21.
will adept donations any time between now and those dates.
K
vill have to
Tin.* committee
Your special
consideration is requested ami checks may be mailed to (In* Jerome county
J. A. ARMSTRONG, County chairman.
< buirinun.
New War Risk Insurance Law Important
III** millions of former service men,
provisions of the
following
new law are of vital impo lance to
The
!
ami their relatives and beiiefi* arms.
Promulgation of t h is iiiforiu:*llun by
ill ('oimtltutc
public spirited citizens
an important and patriotic service for
the benefit of ex-soldiers, sailors and
coininuinty.
marines anil their families In ever y
New and more liberal benefits tor
and their relatives
ex-service
December
men
am | beneficiaries effective
24, 1911*.
Fuder the ne
War Risk Insurance
been passed by congress and which
hecame a law on December 24. 1919.
,:'i.-n it was signed by the president.
amendment to the
Act, will* it has
w , r term insurance or United Stales
cernment life (converted) insur*
.. policies may be made payable
a nv of the following list of bene
go
an*
lit i n ries ;
I'annl.
'
sfppa rent
grandparent,
W . It. 1
Act.
, . . $3b
Amended.
$ 80
Temporary Total liiarbilit)■
child. . .
With »Hiller wile nor
With wife but no
with wife and one child
HP
45
child
P5
1 up
1 up
6 5
•bildron
with wife and two
Ife and three or more
child
Willi
with no wife hut one
with no wife but two
With no wile
♦ With no wife but four children.
children .
4P
9 5
inn
105
children
60
but three children . ■ .
6 0
Each
for
10
Fvtra allowance . . ...
■"•■.*•■.■; 5 rt » .... »...
.
D>
temporarily tot
5 ■■> «
' of one. without limit as to number.
I,MORE MINE IT IS
RICH
i OPPER ORE
of high graue
-foot level
Mutated in tie*
the Dixie
the old
recent strike
n.e
tile J
,, |*per ore mad**
of tin*
Elmore mine.
y B ,.bl belt in
Boise-y
,li„u.i*t, formerly kno' "
thirty-five
as
miles
has
.list riel,
of Mountain
volcano
1 tome,
cement that
•eraglng t
milt ilea st
convinced the manag*
psion ot rich shoot av
an
va
OXt e
it
for a ie::giU
and proven
upon the 100 and 2
*» levels
4"" feel
lo
Not only is
has been eneonntei
development
which
,o
of importance
company.
this
the Elmore Hopper
Imi of importune.
s the mine,
v hole disiriel.
o"
hose great pos
the
(,„■ mineral I»'
• gleet «d
ludion Uav*>
been m
lUfOGR kM
Ut -.st k\
to he g" 1 '"
■ tfitit.
The Russian pr->P ■ 111
Monday . Ik'"* ,,nl '>
eiuh. » "
; \ oral nambe
1 n» X'
I b-, the local Mu
I
of violin pilin'
ill const-1
.t»u
ibr.uo
ballot
. ire.idlngs. Russian
ml her
sing. 1
glee
. uWWrt
lolk
«ill sing Russian
»ongs
grand view.
I
V !..
Mr
III
Thu roik nuison'
just
finish'd
have
Derby
n;.k for ^
Derby expels to run
next
chi. ken
rock
sixty feel. M
the usait I
pullets
eggs from
red and Hi"'
''■ '
one
One
bundled
winter.
one ban.
* pullets la the re
Derby
Lcgbi'it
While
week
» in Janu
. day ins'
an
for
.* jus '• e ll. of eg:-'
Mink WHO'S
I be North.
1
• !
Sid.* In* 1 , f*'*' I
Arrivals at
veek ;
the
t . d 11 Hose.
; 1* C >' "
Kistler.
. St J a»>;
F H Morton.
M it. Towne. t*
kV H
S. L H ;
Cline,
ver: w
derson.
Den
C An
Seattle:
II McCla.f>'
Paul* 'V 11 Ferguson- s*
Paul : A W nmi rV's 1.
' Noble. Boise: .pO iiui d ( . K
Powder. Ore.3
St
k\
Weed.
. Ross. Kan
' „„i. Bill
nk , Cincinnati.
Sun Franc; Ha*« 1
E
P. H
i)
i* ;
»111 ulelie iso". "•
Rogers. Spoakne
city.
»Ik worth,
ruff. Bols»
1. M
i
adopt inn, wife or
purent through
'husband, child, grandchild, stepchild.
adopted child, brother, sister, half
brother. half-sister, brother through
a(|op , joIl KlKte ,,
by adoption, ;:tep
uncle. nephew.
brother, stepsister,
aunt, niece, brother-in-law, sisler-ln
ho lias stood in the
law, a person
relation of a parent lo the injured
for a |ier i 0( j 0l * on( . year or more prior
to the injured's enlistment or induc
llon
eliildren ot smli person:
steppe rent or
the
parent, grandparent.
j )ar p n ( through adoption of the insur
: oil's wife or husband.
pB id ai death in a lump sum o in m
; stallments for 36 months, or more, ul
Uhe option of the insured,
lift
government
j
States
insurance may
United
j (converted)
now be
The rale of compensation for
ability has been gr-'iilly imreused.
U comparison between the amounts
formerly granted under Hie War Risk
Act with those provided
Insure m e
bv the new law follows;
'
HOSPITAL FOR
I NT LUKNZA PATIENTS
EMERGEN« A
of cases ol
■olds bordering that
and on tile tract
being a number
There
"llu." or ol bad
disease, in Jerome
lime, and in sonn
proper qunr
at the present
there being no
earing for the path nts.
been estab
eases
ters for
in.
emergency hospital lias
lished in the building recently va
Plumbing 4*.
the Jerome
rated by
on the corner
Heating ' ompauy
Main
commissioners end the
The county
local
a re
•hapter of the Red Gross
responsible for the undertaking, and
they share the cost of maintaining
the same equally Mrs. Foot, a reg
has active charge,
should assist
to eradicate Hu
istered nurse
in every
Everyone
av possible
from the community
dis
esse
\PPI.ETON NEWS
»ieeli»g
the Grange
We
Remember
are expecting vis
member
Friday night.
from Wendel*.
v:\ivy
should be present.
house is pro
U M
nicely.
.lack Silbangh has been
week, but is improving
over-night
gressing
Little
quite
sick the past
Mrs Stunenborg was an
O Oliver's homo Wednen
visitor at
day.
and Mrs. Stunenborg
Mrs. Beiden
were Jerome visitors
Mrs G. M. Humphrey
and Mrs Uoreve, M*.
and Mrs. K. K.
Saturday.
Mrs. Davis
Mr. Pogue. Mr.
and Ms Kennedy. Mr.
j smith and Mr. J- H
'tended the Pomona Ktrrge
i rome last
1 Mr.
Sllbaugl* at
.le
al
Wednesday
ITutnphrey
Saturday night of M *
H
C.
uml Mrs,
were guests
Wim'heste
Miss
and
Urown
J, billig. Mt , s Bich'i'dson of
Holt "f Goodit'.i' ■
Mr. Av
Mr. Avery
Jerome
wore
cry
place for
Ived much
in regard to
and Mis
Friday.
school visitors
William Thomas
The girls re
ibe
look the boys to
cow judging
cemmendation far
lb»*
^
««
they
ce
Heiss
•t of
,.t the ses
which
W A
and Mrs.
Boise the fore pa
attendance
Senalor
*slwent to -
week to be In
t , f t u e state
, convgll M today
legislature
FARM BUREAU NOTKH
sent to the
W. K. Sinclair was
Ii " r< ' iu ^*.LV.ut** lerome
February loth, to i**p •
county.
J. I). Rigney was nominated by the
■c iillve committee as a director of
Idaho Wheal Growers' associa
ex*
I III*
lion.
A. W. Atwood has one Jersey cow
vhleh made 62.P pounds of butterfut
This is a record for
counties, but
in one month.
Gooding and Jerome
Twin Falls has one cow which made
85 pounds of butterfut in one month.
C ,S. Ayers, of the Falls City corn
niunity. lias the only ulfalta rénovai*
or known to be in the county. He
it is the best tool he has.
Several farmers have bought sub
surface packers to «id in preparing
says
seed bed for wheat.
The State Farm Markets depart
seed shortage this
ment predicts a
spring.
The claim for fifty-live damage.l
sheep, incurred in the Farm
shipment of June, last year, has b*** >i
allowed and will be paid to owners as
soon as the draft comes through
Mrs. White, county poultry cliair
ii an, reports over 1000 hens -van-Red
in culling demonstrations, and htty
per cent marked for elimination.
Dr. Vaughn, of Jerome, has '.eei
tided to the stale vet •
Bureau as a
*■ the position of depu'.y
Bureau
re
a large
•*r*ar
a.idi
itaie
*-, (cniinc
by the Fan.'
ten
date f*
viiterinaiian.
C. ().
Roiee, livestock leailer.
indications good for
ports
is investigating
alfalfa
nearly all
formally linked their
wool pool tills year, and
that it be stored ut Jerome.
The Farm Bureau
proposition of placing an •
meal mill at Jerome.
ihe
BOLSHEVISM.
AGAINST
UNITED
from
union gathered at th.
York City re
Prominent men
states in the
Colony club in
cently. and
states in a new national organizattoi
United Americans.
New
to be known as
Their object is the preservation
•(institution of the United Stale»
oi
Hie ( , ,
with particular reference to the fonn
•hieb tile Cottstitu
of government
Hon provides, the contention being
directly under attack oi
radical elements whose propo
that this is
the
a vast scale lias been almost
galida on
unchallenged.
It is submitted by Hie sponsors oi
ttie new movement that the America,
form of government is superior to
any other in its recognition and guar
of liberty and that liberty is
the reserved right of in
agaiust com
Inch the Red doc
.ntecs
founded in
US
dividual possession
munislic control, w
and tlieir followers are eil
trinalres
deavoriug to establish.
Idain* IA*ads the Way.
Working With quiet effectiveness
the United Americans, Stale of Idaho.
leading P osl
been placed in
a unit in the national organ
first. ;
a
Pave
lion as .
Kation l.y the selection of.
committee, consisting ol
each county, who also
Imirman. secondly
on*
state
member from
serves as county
an oxfH-uiivo
eluding the state
from
in
committee of seven.
and two
chairman
each of the thn
members .
rones or districts into which the st'>G'
• ■ mu tliirdlv a national
jlms been * " ■ ' * lluu -UHv treas*
urer and a
state orgunlxation.
No line of party, creed or class has
drawn In the organization, hen
real American Um be
boon
as elsewhere
ing Hie prime consideration.
the main office at
Building. Boise, the purposes of th*
bo'.»P carried out
cou»t>
From
organization are
through
w i l h
•o-opo ration
county organ
survey ot cond.
in forming
chairmen
istations, through a
lions in the various pr-rts ot the »U ^
educational work an**
•;th national, state
and
puhlcity
i o-operation
aiu
stabil
and combat
»mal officials in
local governnu
King good government
raicalism.
ing pernicious
The state exmutvo <
•on.n.uoe »n.
folios;
official roster are as
O. O. Mage.
.1. Humblrd and Jeromi
vice chairmen, Zone No.
state chairman.
. J. Day
T.
1.
K. H. Dewey and C- A.
chairmen. Zone No. , t<
PJvar.s and G. G. Wits'",
chairmen, /one No.
Stanley A. Kaston. nation«! von.
L. 1
3.
inltteemnn.
F Johnson, treasurer.
y A. Chase, secret:' rv-ma nager.
F.
liait
Zeller und family are
. their new home
week moving > *« ha3 h ,,..
AVO o?consm, lon since early
' and îs on« of the very
Di
1 under way
last summer
beat homes in the c.ty.
JKROMK (X)l'NTY FAIR
WIKI. BK PROMOTK1»
committee is
Bureau
The Farm
considering ways and means to pro
mote a county fair this year,
known fact that a good local agricul
tural exhibit will do much to en
betler crops and livestock
always interested in
f
It is a
r
courage
Farmers are
what the other fellow is doing and
the farmer, who does not have the
desire to equal him, or to go him
No better way of
one better, is rare,
encouraging good livestock has ever
Hoys' and girls'
been discovered,
club work exhibits add much to the
interest of a fair. The committee will
hold a joint meeting with the Je
elub in the near future to plan
If you believe in the
you are, without
rome
for a fair.
North Side tract
of county fair.

COMMODITY STATKMKXT.
indebted to Mr, Frank
Avery, O. S. L. agent at this placo,
the following statement of the
of business done by ihe rail
We are
for
amount
road from this point during the year
§
1D19 :
11)11).
Commodity Statement
*.
Roc'd.
3
Asphaltum .
Automobiles .
Barley .
Bees .
Brick .
Canned goods .
Cement, lime and plaster.
coal .
Corn .
17
.1
3
v
}
18
1
■u ' i
tlîkf
60
. . 148
9
Cotton seed products. . . .
Lumber .
Merchandise .
Machinery .
Mill stuft .
Oats.
Oil land gas) .
potatoes .
Salt .
Stock (live) .
stone, sand and gravel.
Wheat .
Wood
Emigrant moveables .
3
-
. . . 139
... 156
h
21
.5-',;
5
8
30
4
4
. 202
«
. 371
4P
1 Miscellaneous
17
37
Forwarded
2
Bees . . . .
Beans . . .
Beets . • •
41
'
520
Hay .
Lumber.
Machinery
Mill stuff.
I
A 9
;
2 4
Potatoes .
Stock (live) .
Wheal .
Wool .
Emigrant moveables
Miscellaneous .
Seed .
. . . 196
1 0 4
12
11
Forwarded.
Tonnage
pounds
. . . 33.0S2.47O
... 1.443.730
Carloads .
Less carloads ...
Tonnage Received.
pound»
gs.HH8.00o
Carloads .
Less carloads
Total tonnag«
6.303.400
. . 14H.427.6oo
adjudged insane.
John Johanson. of
brought before Judge L.
and examined to
she should bo confined
On inves
wlii'.e
eondi
to the Biack
Tuesday Mrs
Eden, was
L.
see whether
jt n the »«ate insane asylum.
«he was »ot i»
Badgley's court
.
a dangerous
Hon. she should be sent
institution for insane, and she
■ordinaly committed. w*th her
foot
was sc*
consent and approval.
district court.
district
Cast Monday morning the
for Jerome county conv; nod in
house, and is still in seu
Wednesday
court
the court
sion as we go to press
•cuing, but it is our understanding
this evening until
ev
that it will adourn
next Monday morning. Judge Ensign
having business nt Twin Falls for the
remainder of this week.
the time has been taken up
th« calendar for the re
So far
arranging . „
mainder of the term, and d.nlJing
mo-it trial or
whether eerf in cases
dismissal.
convenes
When court
again it
wee,ts '
will no doubt
ATTENDED INITIATION.
l.ast Sunday » considerable nun.
Jerome people went oxer !<•
Twin Falls to attend the initiation
service of the Knights of Columbus
there being sixty candidate* In Hated
different loculit.ee
her of
a t this time, fom
In the state. Four of them were from
Jerome, they being J- U. Keenan. >
A. L'Herisaon. Mr. Trappen and M. I
Paradle.

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